Owner and cat from Huber Heights receive Cat-of-the-Year Award


Staff reports



Frankie is bred by Noralyn Heisig of Finksburg, Md. and owned by Beth Holly of Huber Heights.


Staff reports

Frankie is bred by Noralyn Heisig of Finksburg, Md. and owned by Beth Holly of Huber Heights.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2015/07/web1_FRANKIE.jpgFrankie is bred by Noralyn Heisig of Finksburg, Md. and owned by Beth Holly of Huber Heights.

HUBER HEIGHTS — GC, GP, NW Velvetkist Packin’ Heat of Krimpurrs, a Cream and White Persian Neuter, received the highest honors for the 2014-2015 The Cat Fanciers’ Association, Inc. (CFA) show season. Frankie is bred by Noralyn Heisig of Finksburg, Md. and owned by Beth Holly of Huber Heights.

The Premiership competition is for altered pedigreed cats over the age of eight months. Frankie competed in the Premiership class from May 1, 2014 to April 30, 2015 and received the highest score among all of the cats who were competing in Premiership. Awards were handed out on Saturday, July 4 in Toronto, Canada.

Frankie was also named the Best-of-the Best competition at the CFA-Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat Litter World Championship Cat Show in November in Oaks, Pa. The Persian is CFA’s most popular and easily recognized breed, known for its beautiful long, fluffy coat, stocky body, big round eyes, flat face and sweet docile temperament. There are seven Divisions in the Persian breed – Solid, Parti-Color, Smoke and Shaded, Silver and Golden, Tabby, Calico and Bi- Color and Himalayan – with a wide variety of colors and patterns available.

CFA was founded in 1906 as a not-for-profit association of member clubs and is the world’s largest registry of pedigreed cats. CFA’s mission is to preserve and promote the pedigreed breeds of cats and to enhance the well-being of all cats. CFA promotes education, responsible cat ownership and proper care to the owners of millions of cats worldwide. CFA and its affiliate clubs work nationally with local shelters to help humanely reduce homeless and feral cat populations and to encourage voluntary neuter/spay of pet cats.

To learn more about the Cat Fanciers’ Association, the pedigreed breeds of cats, or to find the nearest CFA cat show, visit their web site at www.cfa.org
To learn more about the Cat Fanciers’ Association, the pedigreed breeds of cats, or to find the nearest CFA cat show, visit their web site at www.cfa.org